Protests continue in all places of Argentina
It seems that people are not more happy with the regime macrista. Although the honorable president doesn’t believe that protest marches and strikes are tools of democracy, people is on the streets. Because one thing is what a someone believes, and another thing is what the national constitution guarantees everyone.
Protests continue in all places of ...
And it has its logic: Since the election campaign the regime is unable to give good news from the economy, at other hand: thousands of companies had to close, either for being unable to pay increases of up to 6000% of light, gas, water, or because they could not compete with the uncontrolled importation granted by the regime, which logically starting entered with fighting prices, in order to kill domestic companies.
As starting-period is over, imported goods have become also expensive, more than half a million workers have been arbitrarily dismissed, instead of promised zero poverty, 1 out of 3 Argentines is now in poverty, instead of the promised zero inflation, an inflation rate reaches more than 40 %, the absence of the state is evident in security, in the area of health, wages and pensions lower, constitutional rights are violated (e. the right of wage negotiations) people do not stay at home anymore and march in the streets, in each city, throughout the whole country.
Trade unions whose functionaries have not succumbed to bribery attempts by the regime call for a general strike on 30 March 2017.
With the upcoming marches for National Day of Memory (24 March) and for Veterans Day and the Fallen in the Malvinas War, some more problems can be estimated for the regime, since the regime removed both calendar holidays, in order to have to put them again there thanks to public pressure.